Diploma in International Business


The Diploma in International Business aims to provide student with the knowledge and practical skills to perform effectively in international business environment. The program covers a broad-based overview of conducting business in an international context. International business programme gives students an understanding of different business practices all around the world and prepare graduates for working abroad or in organizations that engage on global scale. 

Globalization nowadays becomes a vital part of companies’ growth and survival in a competitive market. Hence, the growing needs for graduate with international business knowledge is high in demand. Students who understand the global context of business are increasingly valuable to employers who are looking for a diverse workforce. Studying international business is one of the pathways for graduates who are ambitious to work abroad with different working environment and challenges.

Programme pathway

Program Structure

Principles of Management

Introduction to Information Technology

Principles of Accounting


Principles of Marketing

Organisational Behaviour

Business Mathematics

Business Communication


International Business

Management Information Systems

Principles of Financial Management

International Management

Quantitative Analysis for Business

Global Supply Chain Management

Cross Cultural Management

Business Ethics

International Marketing

International Financial Management

Fundamental of Entrepreneurship

International Human Resource Management

International Economics

Export Import Management

Commercial Law

Managerial Accounting


  • A pass in SPM with at least credit in any 3 subjects OR any equivalent qualifications
  • A pass in Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM), with a minimum of Grade C (GP 2.0) in any subject
  • A pass in SKM Level 3 in a related field, and a pass in SPM with a minimum of 1 credit in any subject;
  • A pass in UEC with at least B grade in any of 3 subjects,

January, April, and August

2 years (6 semester)